By Chase Magnett – September 25, 2019 11:00 am EDT Share 0 Comments 0 Welcome to this week in comic book reviews! The staff have come together to read and review nearly everything that released today. It isn’t totally comprehensive, but it includes just about everything from DC and Marvel with the important books from the likes of Image, Boom, Dark Horse, and more. The review blurbs you’ll find contained herein are typically supplemented in part by longform individual reviews for significant issues. This week that includes Harleen #1, Strikeforce #1, SFSX #1, and The Plot #1. Also, in case you were curious, our ratings are simple: we give a whole number out of five; that’s it! If you’d like to check out our previous reviews, they are all available here. And with that, on to the reviews — which are listed in alphabetical order, but first by DC, Marvel, and the rest of the publishers. Slide 1 of 8DC #1Action Comics #1015 takes a slight turn this week away from the “Event Leviathan” path it has been on to deal with the arrival of Naomi, and while this departure is perhaps a bit less exciting and almost jarringly different… Read full this story
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